With ska, reggae, and irreverent New York street style serving as his building blocks, John Richmond turned his spring summer 2015 man into a high-roller, a baller who isn't afraid to show off his funky side.
Catering to a wider audience, Richmond shined a focus on sports and casual wear, in an array that was filled with bedazzled hi-tops, mesh basketball jerseys, baseball jackets with perforated sleeves and 50's style, ska-inspired cotton shirts with almost tribal designs and polka dots. A surprising wave of mint-green looks - incorporated into playful island patterns and stretchy pants, showed off a more sensitive side to this irreverent, bad boy.
Evening wear was more reserved and filled with more classic, British gentleman silk pants and shorts suits. Sartorial elegance was expressed in fitted, red carpet worthy silhouettes and fine, subtle houndstooth patterns.
And though it might seem at first blush that the Richmond man had traded his rocker, goth gear for a more mainstream look, the designer was sure to insert a few of his signatures: a significant amount of bold red looks, which lit up a mostly black, grey, and white color scheme, as well as elaborate hand embroidery made with precious studs and intricate, rich paisley patterns that are unmistakably John Richmond.